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    Dorothea Lange, Tenant Farmer, North Carolina, 1939 (Beautiful photo, never seen it before)

    The woman portrayed is Nettie Featherston, a migrant laborer’s wife and mother of three. Lange took the picture in the Texas Panhandle to document for the FSA farmland and families devastated by drought and dust storms.

    Dorothea Lange. A gate with no fence. A house that doesn't look like a house.

    Dorothea Lange - “Bindle Stiff” on road to Sacramento #Photography

    Man with child, migrant family living in tent, date unknown, Dorothea Lange

    Dorothea Lange My parents said I had a baby bottle like this in 1950.

    Child and Her Mother, wapato, yakima valley, washington, 1939 dorothea lange

    Migrant family from Arkansas playing hillbilly songs at a Farm Security Administration emergency migratory camp in Calipatria, California. This 1939 photo was taken by Dorothea Lange who was traveling the country under the commission of the Farm Security Administration. Her photographs helped humanize the struggle of American families during the Great Depression.

    Dorothea Lange "She was furious all of her life that her photographs were never published with the captions and so the photographs became anonymous."